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Community Practice (APPE)

A Community Practice experience is carried out under the guidance of a licensed pharmacy practitioner.  Emphasis is placed upon development and demonstration of skills required in planning, organizing, directing and controlling pharmaceutical care systems.  Consequently the majority of the students’ time will be devoted to professional practice functions related to maintenance of drug products, provision of drug products to patients, computer utilization, management of human and financial resources, and the business aspects of pharmacy practice.  Students are required to counsel patients, provide appropriate drug information and participate in the identification, resolution and prevention of drug-related problems for specific patients.

CPHS News
September 21, 2016
John Rovers, professor of practice in the Drake University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, recently was honored with the second annual Principal Financial Group Global Citizenship Award.
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